Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann says visits this weekend from former President Bill Clinton and President Barack Obama show that she's a "high-value target" for Democrats.
Bachmann campaigned Sunday at a coffee shop and Dairy Queen restaurant in Andover.
She spoke with The Associated Press hours before Clinton was due at a rally for Democratic challenger Tarryl Clark in Blaine. A day earlier, Obama appeared at a University of Minnesota rally and held a fundraiser with Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in Minneapolis.
Bachmann says top Democrats see Clark as a "very reliable vote."
Bachmann, Clark and Independence Party candidate Bob Anderson are vying to represent Minnesota's conservative 6th District in the northern Twin Cities suburbs and St. Cloud area.
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